Two small planes collided in America, 4 dead IG News

Sacramento, March 10 (Hussan Ladoa Banga/Punjab Mail)- As a result of a mid-air collision between two small planes in the US, all 4 people on board died. This information was released by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. The accident happened on Lake Hartridge in Winterhaven, about 45 miles southwest of Orlando. According to officials, a Pai J-3 Cubby plane operated by Jacquard Unazee Air Force Base and a Cherokee Piper 161 fixed-wing aircraft operated by Sunrise Aviation of Ormond Beach on behalf of Polk State College were involved in the crash. According to the sheriff’s office, the deceased include pilot and instructor Rafedai Reinbecker (24), Polk State College student Zach Regenmes (19), Randall Albertk Raford (67) and Luisi DeFazio (78). Sheriff’s Office Chief of Staff Steve Lester has said that the wreckage of one plane was found just above the waterline in Lake Hart Ridge, while the other plane was completely submerged in the water. Her wreckage was found 21 feet below water. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd expressed his condolences to the families of the victims. The accident will be investigated by federal authorities.


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